|The Coffee House - November 2006 - Mark Cohen|
On The Coffee House in November 2006: Law professor Michael Pinard on the pitfalls in denying ex-offenders the right to vote; evangelical Dr. Matthew Sleethe on why combating climate change is a Christian duty; Potomac Riverkeeper director Ed Merrifield on the discovery of fish with both male and female sexual characteristics in the Potomac River; poets Thomas Sayers Ellis, Native Son and Judith Harris; and Brazilian music by Du Maracatu.
Keywords: ex-offender; disenfranchisement; evangelical; climate change; endocrine disrupter; Potomac River
|PUNKCAST#80535 - Oneida - Up With People|
July 30 2005. Water taxis, tugs and barges, luxury yachts cruise past on the river, hipsters lounge in unaccustomed daylight, and locals gaze on bemusedly, as one of the city's most progressive bands, Oneida, performs the song 'Up With People' in NYC East River Park. More info: http://punkcast.com/805
Keywords: music; music video; nyc; punkcast; park; punk; river